Saturday, December 03, 2016

Hallelujah Paper: Current State Overview

I turned off the layout room lights at Silicon Valley Lines and photographed the current state of the Hallelujah Paper mill.

Above, we start with the signature scene first seen by visitors walking down the aisle towards Hallelujah: The large modern mill complex. The paper machine building dominates the background of the scene flanked by the finished paper warehouse to the left and the digester and power plant to the right.

The paper mill has a small yard between the warehouse and the SVL main line.

On the other side of the main complex is the pulp wood yard, the wood chips unloader and the old mill buildings, one of which is now used for shipping and receiving pulp and recycled paper.

Basic scenery is nice, but there's still a lot to do.

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